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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TV AIA50N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY JAN 17 1929 THREE A Newspaper Office 1311I3 East State Street 7 28 and 29 Telephone Numbers WILL F MUSEEditor EARL HALLManning Editor LEE P LOOMtSBuslneaa Manager GOKDO Weekly GlobeEstablished May 1882 Globe Established October 1890 The Mason City Founded In 1870 Iwutd Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON C1T CLOBEOAZKITE COMFAKg MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled 10 the for publication of all dtopatehM credited to it not otherwise credited in UUi and also loca news published herein Official Paper in the City ana County 1 RATES In Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per Dal y 0Y jyayoncity and Clear Lake Dally per year by carrier is Dally per week by Dally per year by mail G months S months 1126 1 60 Outside 100 mile zone dally per 8 months 3 months J115 RECALLING A MIDDLE NAME MR BKOOKHART 1ms been indulging In some of Ma old extravagant chatter in connection with discus sions ot the 15 cruiser bill He has stated that not 1 out of 10 in Iowa is for tho measure To say tho least its a uess that would do credit to the senators middle name Whether lowans by and hirge aro for the measure or against U is not known For the GlobeCjazette to suggest that the sentiment In Iowa Is B to 1 or 2 to 1 In favor ot adequate preparedness Is Just is wellbased and no more BO than tho colonels estimateMany a person sets him self up as the true reader of public sentiment But few of them up to this time have shown tiny credentials fo their appointment A notea chemist says a gas has been discovered that is too terrible even for war Probably the bootleggers will find some way ot getting it into their product Maybe those voluble pacifists who think we dont need any warshipa believa that in case of trouble they will be able to talk the enemy to death THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY NO HULLABALOO National Capital Takes Hoovers Calmly CHAULES P STEWART A S H I N G T O N Mr his the an 17 oover has offices at Hotel Soandso Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the PostofHce at Mawn City Iowa as Second Class Matter if All things change nothing NEW DEAL IN ILLINOIS TLIjINOlS hag a new Louis L Emmerson Len Small passes from the scene and tlioao who have the welfare Illinois at heart hope that SmaUIsm In all that it represents also is eliminated from Illinois for nil time The retiring governors remarks and actions indicate that as ho rclluciulahes office he would like to be remem bered as a hero and a martyr He takes full credit for the roads that have been pavedand tor other advance ment by the state of Illinois during his eight years In office In his final messaga to the legislature Governor Small touched upon tho court action thru which he paid the state In interest on state funds He con tinues to maintain his Innocence but takes satisfaction in being able to eay I have palfl Into the treasury more Interest than all slate treasurers combined duringtha 99 year period from ths time Illinois became a state In IBIS to the beginning of my term In 1917 Louis Emmerson goes Into office with tho state confidently expecting a clean and efficient ndminlBtra tion Ills nomination and election were a protest against the political situation as it has prevailed In Illinois Mr Bmmerson has the power to give the state of Illinois a nev deal and the mandate of the citizens oE Illinois Ii that regard cannot be questioned CHINESE PATIENCE APAN and China remain at loggerheads The lateK cldent la the refusal of the Japanese commander The answers to questions printed here eacli ilay are specimens picked from ho mass of inquiries linndlcil by our ercat Information bureau maintained in Wash ington D C This valuable service Is for tho free uae ol ho public Ask any question of fact you may want to know and you will get an Immediate reply plainly inclose S cents in coin or stamps for return nostace and address the Muson City GlobeGazette In formation Hurcau Frcflaric J HasHIn Director Wash ington D C Q How extensive is tlio Salvation Army organi zation T E J A According to the latest reports the Salvation Army was operating in 81 countries and colonies and had 14000 corps and societies with officers and cadets numbering 360 This was increased from 3910 when there were bM corps with 13706 officers and cadets Q By authority of ivliirli article section or clause of tho U S constitution was congress empowered to pass and enforce tlic draft measure iluriiiK tlio World war am did the supremo court tender iv verdict up holding tho above nameil draft measure nnil luid there been anything similar to said niensuro and verdict m the past C F L A Article 1 section S or tho constitution empowers congress to pass and enfoice the draft measure JAP in It states Congress shall have power to raise and support armies to make nil laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing power There in Shantung province to return to China a large quantity ot rollingslock seized In the Japanese advance thru tho Shantung peninsula In tha closing period of Chans Teo ifralnst tJSrnatlonnUsts The Jap the Issue oy making difficul ties about tJie credentials of a Chinese envoy and refus ing to receive him But Japans effort to get a foothold In China becomes Increasingly difficult The other great powers have rec ognized the Chinese government forced thereto by the prompt American recognition and Japan stands virtually alone In her effort to browbeat ami mulct China of her territory With patience the weakness of Japans posi tion will eventually force a change Jn altitude Right now Tapan apparently would welcome an opportunity to force the the Nanking government understands this riuite as well as Tokio The opportunity will hardly be forthcoming Patience Is the preeminent virtue of the Chinese HIGH COST OF CAMPAIGNING THE republicans spent at least tC2GG000 In tho recent presidential election The actual expenditure was somewhat higher since some of the republican state com mittees did not make their collections thru the national committee Gross contributions wera 16641000 of which 1637000 was collected for state committees The national treasurer reports a surplus of 285000 Democrats report expenditures oE and nre confronted with a deficit of Jl600000 which Mr JWskob tan worry about for a while Ten million dollars would seem to set K record In campaign expenditures allho there has prevailed thru tho yenrs a belief that some such sum was expended In 1S3G In that day an accurate accounting was not called for so thnt argument cant be settled licsplto the vast amount spent last fall it IB note worthy that neither party has charged tho other wltli the Improper use of funds FORGERY TUB International forgery mill which for years has operated to muddy the waters of European diplomacy lias again been operating against the United States This time Senators Borah and Norrle are circumstantially ac cused of having accepted bribes from Moscow to procure American recognition of Russia The country hears about It when the senate conimlttee Investigating finds the whole fakery One recalls the famous Hearst documents in which Borah Morris Heflln and LaFol lette were clmrsea with taking bribes from Mexico Tills latest affair had no such pressflgent an Mr Hearst and therefore received scant publicity Which Is as It should be There is a regular underground world traffic In these forged documents which on several occasions have como near to embroiling nations In war One in glad the sonate committee had the good sense to keep Its Inquiry private until the facts were established MILES FOR PORTER VACANCY AMONG those suggested for ttia vacancy on tho state board of education caused by the retirement of Porter democrat Is Frank Miles editor of the Iowa Ieslnnaire He would bring to the position a help ful viewpoint and an admirible courage nnd ability His iclectfon would be pleasing to a large number ot lowans She filoheOnzcttc is certain Governor Hammlll lias oc rupled n choice position to observe the healthful Influ exercised by the Leglonalre editor and ho may bo counter on to give a proper consideration lo Mr Miles necullar qualifications for the job IT IT EXPERTS from the department of commerce figure that folks In the United States spent five billion dol tars on Christmas Hhopplng Perhaps it was a few mil lion one way or the other What Is a million or two among friends And we nre all friendly at Christmas lime The spending was a good thing It put a lot o moroy in circulation helped everybody added to the general prosperity were a number ot cases taken to tho supreme court re Eardin the draft diirlntr tho World war In every in stance the constitutionality of tho dratt law was upheld There was a draft law during tho Civil war Q When did the supremo court render its first decision that an act of congress was unconstitutional T 0 A The Marhury versus Madison case In the United States supreme court 1803 was the first decision rendered by the court declaring in net of congress void as re imgnant to the constitution oc the United States How arc Negroes progressing in the business V I A The annual volume of business done by Negroes is 5100000000 with a capital 1OOCIOO000 There aro 000 Negro churches and 74 Negro banks 21SIH2 farms owned and operated InNegroes 20 newspapers owned and operated by Negroes and 100 newspapers and periodi cals lor Negroes Q What is T B M A Authorities WOVJ SAYTHAT y NONO1 DONT ON TH1 ROOR Of PSTW COAT ABOUT A FELlER ONCE rtHO PLWEC A PICCOLO AND ALL THE HOOTSTONiVAJ Do5 CATCHEJfe INTO TOWN THIS ANI FOLLOWED BY TWENTf TWO OF BEST lo the Hoovers less That counts doubt to have the gtmjunlon station nearly tore the root oft police were helpless Screaming Secondly however PresidentElect Hoover Is not the typo of Individual to create a hullabaloo When At Smith passed thru the cap Ital a tew weeks he had lint lie prrfera iiotheen beaten crowd at tho to have the gtm oral public knov U It was s pretty u nso p hlsllcfltod member of the president electa group of close sonal friends who furnished me with tlliR piece of inforj mallon as an in side tip during the Hoovers stay in Washington fol lowing their recent return from Latin WHEN AlRECENTLY PASSED THRU THE CAPITAL That ilr Hoover had chosen tho i third floor of the Hotel Soandso for throngs even tried to chase Als train into the tunnel ns It left the city rim Tied Piper had nothing on that New Yorker How different was Mr Hoovors re ception on return from the other side of the cfiuator There was a fairsized crowd but not much larger than on any ordin arily busy day at train time Mr Hoover emerged thru the wick et wearing his customary prooccupied bowed hat pulled over his eyes As ho started across tho platform toward his auto Ills wl at his tide and his party following n ripple ot applause arose Not a temp est lilte Ale but an orderly wellbe haved outburst ot polite enthusiasm Mr Hoover never noticed That the cheers nnd clapping were In hi honor evidently did not Cor n occur to him Mrs Hoover gave nil head Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Story By SIRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT tho origin of the dollar marli differ as to tho origin of the dollar mark In Notea and Queries It Is slated that the Spanish real was formerly current in the southern Elates and that accounts In that part ot North America worn kept In dollars and rcale As a alstltiKUfshlnET mark In tlio books n canceled figure 8 was used or sometimes the 8 was put between two slanting lines When the United States adopted the dollar as tho money unit It was found convenient to continue the old mark Another origin traces the dollar mark to tho Mexican pillar dollar on the roverso of which Is tho representation of two pil lars or columns connected by a scroll Another theory Is that tho sign is tlic union ot the two capital letters U S meaning United Stales Q How many ciRnrefs aro Being smolicil all tho time in order to consume Iho enormous quantity that nro niiidn T M McK A It is estimated that 170000 burned or burning elgarets are being discarded every minute amounting to ninety billion a year 0 Who invented Ico crcnm sndas I T D A It is not definitely recorded just who first sug gested Ice cream sodes in their present form Know cooled beverages were known to tlie Jews ancient Greeks and Romans It Is recorded that in Homo a certain Qllintus Maxlmus Gurges nicknamed tho glutton wrote a for a similar preparation in ono of his books Q Why is Colorado callcil tlio Centennial state A It is so called because It was admitted to the Union In 1876 the centennial anniversary of tho Declaration of Independence Q What wns the pony express J s A Pony express is tlio name pivcn to the mail ser vice between Saint Joseph Mu and California Inaugur ated in I860 Elffht days were allowed for the schedule there were 80 riders and about 4011 horses Q If a worn nil who is n citizen of the Unit oil States marries a foreigner can slio cet him into twu country without waiting for his place in the immigra tion diiotn H C C A She may request that lie he placed m the pre ference quota a r Q Who is tho present diclalnr of Russia J M A It Is I Stalin TWINKLE TOES1 ON rushed the Wild Turkeys and their outspread tails made ciuito a breeze as they sped by After them fol lowed a second group and then another and another Hero comes the last ot tho Gobblers boy Lets you and T fall in behind them said Peters friend I am only a barnyard fowl and I dont suppose can travel aa fast as thosewild boys but I shall do m best to keep up with them 1 thot ao Tho mothers am tho young Turks are Icecping a safe distance behind the men of tha family but they are following them just the same And Ill bet you some seed corn they will chase them all tho way to tho lowlandf I dont blame them Better a few Tights than loneliness and nothing to eat My wattlas Thsivomen and children will catch up to mo If I dont I should be disgraced In tha eyes ot tho Gobblers it I let a thing like that happen Maybe they would not let me hunt with them If I dfd Hang on 1 am going to make the dust fly now Gobbler Diet and Health 1 By Lain Hunt M D Address tnqulrfo to Dr cars GlobeGarctte md Btampad selfaddressed Sign name evidence good faith Send 10 centi in coin U rou wish Reducing Gaining PampbteU Quarters In the capital probably wai well known as far away as the vicin ity of the eolith pole where Comman der JMck Byid and friends are spend is surprising how calmly Washington accepts the Hoover famllyR presence in its midst Tho management of the Hotel So andso stood ready to call out the army to conlon its premises against when the presidentelect en gaged a suite there nnd lobby was not a bit move crowded than usual The private ele vator the ground floor and Iho sacred third story precincts been kept pretty busy certainly Mr Hoover has experienced 110 learlh of visitors All tlio same there has been 10 traffic jam in front of tho estab a dig In the so It would bnv been called It the pahhart bceh any thing less than a presidentelect a iK RICKETS PREVENTED BY SUNLIGHT MHS B wants to know If I it Is worth while to put in her nursery windows one ot tha ndvcrttsoi glasses that permits tho ultraviolet rays ot tho nun to Automobiles have been rather more numcrouB thnn usual In ront of tho Hoovervhomo In S street nit tho neighborhood has not been un luly congested not moro so than I have frecinently seen it In the past the Hoovers were giving a very unostentatious little parly nuil they never were spectacular entertainers For one thing Washington Is used MRS HOOVER GAVE A DIG IN THE RIBS future first lady The former looked up plainly Burprited Then a light broke over his vlsapr Ho raised his hat iind emUed affably he realized that he Herbert Hoover was being home t Washington he was very appreciative However his attention had to bo called kept his Starting off at a epeed of a mlln a minute or so it appeared to the boy In a short whilo ho had caught up with tho Wild Tur keys and barnyard fowl or net ho kept up with them too Hut not a word was said The Oobblers chatterboxes is they were when they had nothing else to do now that there was prospect of rest and food In plenty ahead attended strictly lo Tes Mrs B If you can afford it Tlio ultraviolet rays which luilp to prevent and cure rickets aro filtered out by the ordinary window glass It IB usually following the winter when the children cannot play out of doors on many days that rickets manifests Itself Sunlight and cod liver oil and the right diet nro the chief faotorn to prevent rickets ind also to cure H Wo have a list oE modern brvolcs on tho subject of the general care and folding tnay have of children which you MJLU HUNT PETERS M D Dental WorU and Hodming During Ircgnancy MRS must bo guided byj il what your physician says wlio Is hl1tj OTHER EDITORS taking care ot you as lo whether you con Jiivo your tooth tnkcn on I ult nt once ind tlic nitiiio of the anesthetic Mrs l It is not any longer considered dangerous to htnxs teclh al tended to during the pregnant period momharm prob ably from tho bad teeth than from the opera tion oC having them attended to Your great excess weight undoubtedly points to tho fact that you ItJivo been on a very unbalanced diet and that may have something to do with your very poor teeth Yes you ctin reduce while pregnant Uowover a urcg husfncss and made L nan t woman nhould reduce under Lbe supervision or every effort to get physician Natuvnlly none oC tlic growth And repair foods to their end pourney B They traveled thta for hours with beaks straight ahead and their toes twink ling ly to ground mothers scarce touch the Always the vrltli By Walter Winchcll And Mine I AM CTOIKG TO THE DUST FLY NOW their children followed after at a safe distance Now it was dark While thoy were yet on the nioun nslde Ieler watched the gun as it painted the sly with lilotchea ot red pink yellow and purple since however had the great red ball rolled bc liud the trcetopa and down in tho lowlands long shad ows crept here now growing viilrr and deeper until at last they had covered their Iayground with a black blanket under which all the can bo omitted from tho diet Only tlio excess foods fats starches nnd sugars should bo cut down ng at the rate if one pound a week for nine months would bo n6 pounds HiibtracLinR 15 pounds for tho tvofght oE tho baby mid sec undines would make a IOSH of 17 pounds to bo registered on tho scale have an article on the diet pregnancy and nursing wlileh you may have A sic also for our pamphlet in reducing valjey while upon tho mount nin top Ieter heard birds chcepIjTg in tho twilight W TOKK Jan this town of ours Sophlo Tucker who recently be came Mrs Al Lackey actually did the imposing Nelson Harding whose cartoons have copped Pulitzer medals will shelve tho Brooklyn Kaglo for tli New York shortly IT Hlghtcr gen mpr for Iho United Vrevs and Adelaide Chase actress will b sealed at tho Tlttln Church Around th Corner next month in spllo of family objections VIOLT5T CAELSON comedienne In Tho Red Robe and tho Grand Iiuke JeopoId of Austria nro plonlj GarboGllbcrting City Editors Thin Is absolutely the McCoy Mni H H Rogers mother of who Is re ported divorcing tlio colonel in Tari is hero in New iork and attended Coblna Wrights innual circus at the SherryNctherlnnd Phyllis Haver f the moom pitchers nnd ttert Jytell who Is hamming It lere will be woldod any moment now Kox Is dickcr ng to buy the entire Loew chain Those things tho scla wear over their silk hoso these Old Man Shiver days ire called Whoupec Sox lENKIETTA BIAIjKI13Li of Vanity Fair rooted for To Noxt Darkness and Hie Marchers EARLIERTDAYS T A 1 It AM 45 years old nnd find niyrelf susjiictously stout Ts possible to lincorne pregnant after Iho inonsCH have ceased for four nnd onehalf yearn w Pregnancy hav been recorded after tho but it i3 KO rave that it is considered a medical curiosity it may bo poaslhle that you have lessened your activities and not lessened your food Intalte so yoAi aro just ftit from overeating Mrs W However you should fro your doctor Mra W to be sure you have no tumor growth n at H to flop so she could buy two of its feV her apt and she Hd What press nuont KOt a 3 grand bonus for Xinas The Duko of Manchester wil Ua Gnlnans ace character witness it her trial The John Rlngllng Norths he Is tHc circus mans nevview have phffft away up to Louise Grocriy in tipping the Toledos hero All oC Iho rags tell of Kugcno After the removal of both ovaries it is Imposalhl bear children Otherwise there Is no reason fo to your not marrying You must tell your fiance this Neit Before Operations JANUARY 11 1909 Miss Irenr McConlocue after n pleasant visit with her father anil friends in tho city returned to Rockwell to spend tho remainder of tho winter at the homo of her Mrs Barragy Father Burns of Rockwell is in tho city today on business Sir and Mrn W B Harrison DCS Moines are in the city Ktiests at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Ramsey Anto 1 Miller publisher of the Essex Independent for many years has sold the paper to Frank P Rotton Mr and Mrs C D Wilson went to Minneapolis this norninf for a few days visit Arthur Striycr Angeles Cal arrived in the city thin niorninpr for a visit with hie parents Engineer nnd Mrs John Strayer 11 H Shcpnrd Is homo from DuhuquB where ho at tended tho meeting of the cmamHteo from tho Came asso ciation IIo Is a member of a committee on legislation and education and It Is the plan to push bodi ns rapidly possible All Iho old copies of tho proceedings ot tho general POEMS THAT LIVE assembly for tho ten years or nviro which have been ONcllls beautiful blond nurse but none has hinted that she If Carlotta Monterey who left here wearing an nmnz Ing yellow transformation COWARD is reported altar bound witli Gladyu uop who designed tho sets for Year of Grace TJonna Rose whoso Ihst sweetheart put In on Wall ground floor as n farewell gift just saw her var ious Btocki double to Ute tuno of a quarter ot amillion NOET C CiiHhr filed away in the auditorB office of tlio courthouse are being boxed up and sent to JJcs Molnes ns per tho per mission of the stato secretary Some of tho books have been on hand Kince tho days ot tho old courthouse Axel Rudd Is planning to erect a storo building on South Main street between Fourth and Second streets on the cast side of tho street It Is said other buildings will he put In along this block during the coming season Mrs VanFleck ot Mlnot N Dak who has been visit Ins hero with the Stanbcry famlliefl left today for her home Mrs A T Hubbard went to Kudd thfs morning for a few days visit F Vf Button ot Melrose WIs who has been liere visiting at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Bloomfleld lett this mornlnr for home TO DAISIES NOT TO SHUT SO SOON Uoljcrt llcrrkk 159M6TI Shut not BO soon the dulleyed night Has not as yet begun To mnke ft seizure on the light Or to seal up the sun No marigolds yet closed aro No shadows great nppear Nor ilolb thn early shepherds star Shine lilin a spangle here Stay but til my Julia close Her llfebegetllns eye And let tho whole world then disposo Jlself to live or die the idustrial output now exceeds in value IB products tit tho farm Tho rapid of Industry westward has placed le maiitifacllirlng center of tho na on Juit a little way off in Illinois Vilh tlie construction of a ninefool hairnet In the Mississippi from the win Cities to St If middle ran cooperate effectively nouRh lorealize tho programl manll arturlnK will receive a great Impetus few persons in other Hoclions know hout Iho natural beauties of tin lute and the excellent sporting op ornmilies of the Upper Mlsslsslpp rglun iunty AND St Cloud JournalFrees Houdmi waa tho most euccossful and famous uaglclan in world performing nany marvelous and unexplained eats one being to be chained ami landcuffed Inoldo a big box Bocurely aslencd thrown Into tho ocean from chich Jio escaped In a few secoiiLs fe was rcpeatediy divested ot hi clothing hamlcuffed locked Into on cells and would open the doors ind llbciate himself In a short tlnu There were many othrr wonders io iccompllshed and took the secret with llm lo the grave and no one has yet jeen able to duplicate Borne of things JIB dltf JTo the outspoken oe splrituallHts boasted that lie could porlorm any of the things they claimed to have done by tho aid of spirits and made good his const Xow tho believers In spiritualism an attempting to tiso his spirit to refnk Ills exposures Before ho died he lefl asecret code locked In a deposit hox known only to his widow as a test to the mediums Now one of these tons claimed to have received a message which ho transmitted to Mrs Houdini containing tho mcesago There is no and giving the code She is now 111 but nnyrt when sho recovers site will open the deposit box nnI show the code She is however con vinced says thereport that slio had n message from licr husband All nl which Js Interesting and not convinc ing because between her and her IHLS hanrts spirit Is the control medium Tltore is wn believe no authentic rc ord of the departed communicating ili rectly with their dearesf friondw but thousands of meswiges have been pur rim fimie of thn Winnrsliiek j pmted to have been received thru iiv fnmllinr only to a limited I riiunix The question naturally IOWA CcdmRaiilis Gazette Dave E Car rail advertising manager ot n Charles Cltv jnatiufacturintr company gave sound advlco tlila week at a meeting of service organizations Ha urged es tabllnhnicnl nC a public bureau to inform tlio nation about the states resources Industries wealth and cit i7onrv Unquestionably the diatribes and politicians havo spread in other sections an erroneous impression of tho state Tho grand chorus of walls over the aticlal plight of agriculture ho3 itfl effect with the uncritical teasterncrs iiave come to vlsuallrx Uio mldilla western agriculturist as a ragged suppliant seeking a legislative handout They do not stop to reflect I hat allho tlic farmers have been sad ly discriminated against agriculture slill producen vast wealth In spite of I lie handicap The soli of Iowa Is so ch tlio livestock industry fco pro ressive thnt tho elate Is able tr lainlaln the highest per capita eiUlt In the union Nor does the east Itnow that number of sportsmen who rr olvcrt the infnrmnlion largely by word if moullrfrom delighted initiates tlie Ifl not appro bated elsewhere ns It deserves fienil or Brookhavt with his bucolic stage jropertles hns not desseminated a fav orable impression Cowhide bootu hogs effluvia from the manure lltap and certain other Infelicities have wen too consplculous In his publicity campaigns Thru this and olher means lowan has got tho reputation of ielnc something of a yokel Indifferent lo literature art and hostile lo inde pendent thot While tliere busts for tho ohmgo it dnes not hold true or thousands of cultured and progrcs sivo citizens Great leuefit could derived from discriminating publicity campaign Many sections of the country have found Hie plan profitable Kven New England hit by removal nt her textileplants to tlip south plans t raise n publicity fund of fJOOOOOl Perhaps California affords the most conspicuous example of what adver tising will accomplish True CnMfov nla has snmethlncr to sell but so lint lowi in Eivit abundance I 1C the departed cnn communicate illie living why have we no informi I lion ot thn spirit abode ANTIMELUJN TAln Sioux City Journal A good deal or inllMellon talk 13 Jieard In Wishinc on because it Is tho belief there thnt Mr Hoover will ask the head of Iho treasury depBrlment to renraln as a member ot his cabinet Certain United States senators aro already aligned against tho possible reappolntment of the secretary and could bo depcndeil upon to vote no when his name went up for con fi Im a I Ion Yet Andrew W Mellon In the out standing flfcrelnry of the treasury In United Mates history Thero hns never been a man nt the head of the treasury depaitmcnt did tlio jrtli lietter or as well Alexander UamilU COMPENSATION FOft ROOSKVEI Fmt ItiulKR Slcssenccr fiankliji n Hneievelt new governor of Now Vork hasnt had jood lieallh for nevnnil years but 1m is learuirii Hint HOIIU ilrncs miafoi times have vnmsiensaf fn features AVhnn he assnmrd nfflfi his a Ktiileimnt ox plaining Hint bis health was improv ing but lliit he should forego all ex tra duties Slicll ns linn attending Inrgo social mak inir and man callers Many perfectly healthy fx ecntlvcs would pay a doctor vXll for prescription of that nature camecloser to Mr Mellon in ability lhaii anyone else This 1 not opinion but tut Them is general agreement regarding Mr Jlellons ability as of the tTeaaury leparlmcnt It would be of course for a rabluet officer of tlio Mellon lypn to servo elslit yrnrs without incurring the political or persotinl enmity of some menilrii of onies Take for rxnmptf the feud which Ls more notoilous than famous Senator not vote to Mr Mellon if no other person vas available Kunntor ouzons tho Xot tvlthstamllng nil of which Mr Mel ons reroril an a federal official Is un isnallnWo niUllGK WANTED Waterloo Courier Another bridge serving tho futuvo ns ns the pros ONEMINUTE PULPIT ftorvo the Iorrl with ffnr nnd reJoIc9 trombliiifj nnr would not only tolve downtown thi Son lest ho angry iLnffli cUfflcuUtca in Krcat mpjisurc ye from thi way iii hut link tho two cif our titv wrath is klncUod hut u litifc stitl more cloaoly In coojioraliori fine jarr all bint piU tlicir liiisC ii progress i il 11J   

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